- John Tilbury (Prepared Piano)
Notes & Reviews:
Sonatas and Interludes, composed in 1946-48, is John Cage's most important work for prepared piano.
John Cage described the work as an attempt to express in music the "permanent emotions" of Indian tradition: the heroic, the erotic, the wondrous, the mirthful, sorrow, fear, anger, the odious and their common tendency towards tranquility.
New York Times
John Cage came into his own last night, both as an inventor and a composer.
Recording information: All Saints Church, Petersham, London, England (12/09/1974-12/11/1974).
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Works DetailsCage, John : Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano
- Performer: John Tilbury (Prepared Piano)
- Notes: All Saints Church, Petersham, London, England (12/09/1974-12/11/1974)
- Running Time: 59 min. 13 sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Written: 1948